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Geometry: Introduction to Geometry (Level 1 of 7) | Basics

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Geometry: Introduction to Geometry (Level 1 of 7) | Basics


introduction to geometry level 1 geometry is extremely useful for
engineers architects, painters, carpenters teachers, electricians, machinist home builders and many more. Geometric
principles are important in the construction of buildings and roads, the design and use of machinery the creation of three-dimensional
visuals and efects and to better understand and unlock the secrets of the universe
itself like any language and mathematics course the important ideas in geometry must be
developed gradually with understanding practice and effort alright let’s get started with the
basics the simplest figure studied in geometry is called a point although
a point doesn’t have any size it is often represented by a dot which does
have some size but keep in mind that for the most part
they do not have a size we use a dot to visually represent a figure that lack size. We usually name points by using
capital letters for example the following five points are called point A, point B, point C, point D, and point E. All geometric figures
consist of points. another familiar geometric figure is
called a line. Lines are made up of points and are
straight. The arrows on the end of the figures show that the line extend infinitely far
in both directions they extend forever and ever. Although a
picture of a line has some thickness the line itself has no measurable
thickness so keep that in mind unless it is explicitly stated lines have no thickness. The following
figures are example lines there are two different ways we can name
lines the first way is by using a single lower case letter such as line M. The alternative way to name lines is by using their points for example the line in the right contains the points A and B so we can call the line AB using symbols we can denote it like this AB with a line on top or as follows: line BA both ways are acceptable but for the
most part we denote the letters in alphabetical
order so AB will be the typical way to denote this line to talk about the next geometric figure
we need to remember a concept learned in algebra one. In algebra you learned that
a number line is formed when a numerical value is assigned to each point on a line for example the following line represents a
number line and point A is located at negative one,
likewise point B is located at one-and-a-half or
writen another way as one point five. We need to understand number lines in order to understand line segments or
simply segments like lines segments are made up of points and are straight. What
distinguishes them from lines is the fact that line segments have a definite beginning
and end in other words they are measurable they do not
extend for ever and ever in both directions Like lines do. The following are examples of line segments the line segment on the left can be
denoted as: AB or segment BA notice that we add a segment on top of
the letters in order to distinguish it from that of a line which contains arrows in both ends also
notice that a segment is named in terms of its two endpoints because
a segment has a definite beginning and end. The figure in the middle
contains two line segments the vertical up and down segment can be
called RS or segment SR once again we usually denote them in
alphabetical order the horizontal crosswise or from left to
right can be named as segment ST or segment TS. In the following number
line the segment whose endpoint is located at coordinate of negative one and one is denoted as line segment BD or segment DB likewise a segment that has a coordinate at negative two and two is denoted as segment AE or segment EA. So we learn about lines which extend for ever and ever in both
directions and we learn about segments which have a definite length and do not go on
forever and ever is it possible to create a figure that
contains both of these characteristics? the answer is yes. These hybrids are
called rays rays like lines and segments are made up of points and are straight. A ray differs from a line or segment in that it begins at an endpoint and then extends infinitely far in one
direction only lines extend in two directions, rays extend in one direction only so make sure you keep that in mind. The
following are examples of rays now when it comes to denoting them we
actually need to be careful and make sure he start denoting a ray by
naming its endpoint first this way it becomes clear where the ray
begins. So the ray in the left is denoted as ray AB, notice that we add a ray on top
going from left to right this is the appropriate way to denote rays. It
would be completely wrong to denote the ray as ray BA, remember we want to start with
the endpoint first the ray in the right can be called ray RS
or ray RT as long as the end point is
given first any other point on the ray can be used
to denote the ray now that we know about points, lines,
segments, and rays. we can now talk about angles. In essence an angle is made up of two rays with a common end point. this point is called the vertex of the
angle. The rays are called sides of the angle there are various ways that angles can be
described and denoted for example if we place the number one
inside the angle near the vertex like this, we would denote this angle as, angle one the symbol that we used to denote angles
is drawn as follows: its essentially a picture of an angle. If the
angle only contains one letter in the vertex, then you denote it as: angle A. when you denote the angle using one
letter make sure you name the point on the vertex an alternative way is needed if the
angles is described in terms of three points for example, if this angle has a vertex labeled as A and the other points are B and C respectively,
then we need to denote the angle as follows: angle BAC or angle CAB. Notice that when we use three
letters the vertex, in this case A must be
named in the middle make sure you always do this. If we take the
same angle and draw another ray from point A to point D we would end up with three new angles, make
sure you can see them the first angle is formed by points BAD and is denoted as angle BAD or angle DAB. The second angle is denoted as angle DAC or angle CAD and the third angle is denoted as angle BAC or Angle CAB notice that if we try to denote any of the angles
by using only one letter such as angle A, we would be totally
confused what angle we are referring to because all the angles share the same vertex,
so in this case it is really convenient to use three
letters to name the angles alright, the final figure we will talk
about is formed by using three segments and combining them in the following way.
The figure that we just created is called a triangle and we denote it as follows triangle ABC or triangle ACB or triangle CBA or triangle CAB or triangle BAC or triangle BCA. notice that the letters need to start at
one point and move either clockwise or counterclockwise when denoting them. The convenient way is once again by using letters that are in
alphabetical order whenever possible. So triangle ABC will be
the best way to describe this triangle notice that a triangle has three
segments as it sides notice that there seems to be three
angles but hey contain no rays nevertheless, this figure contains three
angles they are angle A angle B and angle C. If you
recall from your algebra class we often talk about sets well it turns out, we can think of a triangle as being a union of three segments and can be denoted
using set notation as follows: triangle ABC is equal to segment AB union with segment BC union with segment AC. Likewise the intersection of any two segments or
sides forms the vertex of a triangle and can be denoted using set notation as follows: vertex A is equal to segment BA intersected with segment AC. Vertex B is equal to segment AB intersected with segment BC and vertex C is equal to segment AC intersected with segment CB. Alright, and there you have it these are the basic building blocks of
geometry and this is only the beginning to recap, we learned about points which
have no size but we draw a point to visually represent one.
We also learned about lines which contain points and extend infinitely
in both directions this is represented by the arrows that
point in both directions we also learned about segments which have
a definite length in other words they are measurable as a consequence they have a beginning
and an end which are called the endpoints of the
segment. We also learned about rays which share the characteristics of a line
and a segment it contains an endpoint in one side
and contains an arrow in the other side which extends infinitely in the direction it is facing. When we have two or more rays that share a common point called a vertex. we form angles and finally when we connect
three line segmens together forming three distinct vertex we create a
triangle. Okay, make sure you’re familiar with all
these figures and the appropriate way to denote and name
them in our next video we will practice denoting and naming figures with various examples.

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100 thoughts on “Geometry: Introduction to Geometry (Level 1 of 7) | Basics”

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  36. AnomalousCoffee says:

    I'm a year ahead in math so I'll be taking geometry as a 9th grader this year! 😁 Thank you

  37. The amazing blogger 28 says:

    I have to take geometry next year as a sophomore and all the teachers who teach that subject are horrible.

  38. Kat says:

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  39. Thanh Thanh says:

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  40. SpaceDandy says:

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  42. CAGAPALO FILMZ says:

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  43. Serena Trenidad says:

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  44. anonymous yeah says:

    Thank you so much! I just started geometry and didn't have any knowledge of the basics. Now my HW makes sense.

  45. Goku LimitBreaker says:

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  46. Dylan Ahern53 says:

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  47. The blue legend Gamer says:

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  49. MrBossomeHD 1 says:

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  51. Drenom says:

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  54. K.H. Weiss says:

    Why would a ray begin at the "end point"? If you want math to be easily accessible, that point should be called the "STARTING point"! And don't even get me started on the other math jargon that is used by no one (other than math teachers) and makes any math class a language comprehension challenge rather than a math comprehension challenge. Still, if translated into plain English the video is helpful.

  55. Christina Gulyas says:

    I am in 8th grade and studying for my Honors Geometry final

  56. Math Fortress says:

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    0:41 Points
    1:17 Lines
    2:19 Number Line
    2:43 Segments
    4:11 Rays
    5:28 Angles
    7:23 Triangles

  57. Sneh Sneh says:

    Nice explanation

  58. DaBoss101 says:

    I’m doing into 8th grade doing geometry looks easy

  59. Jenn i says:

    Imma take geometry in 9th grade bc im advance so im just trying to catch up and be hoping for it to be like a piece of cake. So im hoping when they teach me geometry,I'll be knowing what's on.

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  61. Oxy says:

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  63. xur says:

    Trying to get ahead for 9th grade!

  64. xDigii x says:

    I took algebra 1 in 9th grade and know I'm getting prepared for Geometry for 10th πŸ‘

  65. Sabrina says:

    Thanks for this lesson. I am in geometry in 9th grade and I am so nervous about everything. On the first day, everyone seemed so smart and more comfortable with geometry than algebra. It honestly makes me confused, isn't algebra the easy one. Haha, that's just my opinion. I still need help on what a dimension is. But I have no doubt that you will allow me to understand easily with these well-detailed and easy to follow along video.

  66. Suthern Savage says:

    Why can't this make sense😭

  67. Andrew Merkes says:

    I learn more as a 30 year old then when I was 16 hmm

  68. Bonnie Chui says:

    im in 6th grade so this is easy

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    This is where Hanzo learned

  71. Dorito Squad Michael says:

    my math teacher said that geometry lines have 5 letters

  72. Lillian Shepard says:

    I took greomotry in 5th grade had to skip grades fam

  73. Jansta Gamsta says:

    With this i will be the best hanzo main

  74. All Might Is Here says:

    Math isn’t hard,it’s hard to understand but it isn’t hard.Once you fully understand on how to solve a problem then you’ll do good

  75. Alvin Wright says:

    what does Wispytacobot means guys?

  76. Alvin Wright says:

    Thanks for this video sir. You just helped me alot, i have been taking geometry for the past 5 months and didn't know all these basic things. Once again, thanks alot.

  77. Md Mohibur Rahman Khokan says:

    Outstanding ….. Very Helpful…

  78. Maria Eloisa Manlongat says:

    I dont know how to do that!

  79. Daniel Newhouse says:

    The grader for geometry started mouthing off at me one day. I saw a "24" on the test. I also saw that the rest of the test was filled out with pen perfect solutions that made the teacher look inadequate. I think it was really that I was trying to check out one of the problems that she got upset. She said something about "ipsomatic geometry." She was dressed like Daisy Duke. i was going to get up and take the test and point out that the 24 was obviously fake and she was the one grading the tests.

  80. Yes says:

    Im in 7th I just want to learn

  81. My Sterious says:

    We’re currently learning Geometry and I want to learn more. I’m in seventh grade.

  82. Slxxpy Jan says:

    the last part is tricky :…(

  83. An Marie says:

    My 4th grader is learning this now I don't think I learned this until middle school almost high school

  84. free thinker says:

    a point that has no size is basicly space ( wich is dimensionjless)

  85. free thinker says:

    by the way mother nature doesn't use straight light , like ever. want a way to understand this? try to make straight line soap bubble.the straight line system is only usefull if asomething already exist ( say a rock)

  86. Carisa C says:

    Uh I'm 12

  87. Alyceya polanco says:

    I'm in 8th grade… Am I supposed to be doing Geometry???

  88. Cari says:

    basically geoemtry is useful for almost everyone in the world..!

  89. Cyanide 67 says:

    Did video very good thanks lol hahahahahahahahahahah did video not good for me

  90. Gothic Hillbilly says:

    Never took geometry in highschool because I just.. never got past algebra. And now here I am, as a curious 23 year old who now understands that mathematics and geometry are God's language, but don't know how to read it LOLOL

  91. Smart2627 says:

    Im going to take geometry this year (im 13)
    And its summer break and I will be using this time to study for geometry
    PS:I got 100 in my algebra eoc πŸ™‚

  92. Fred Flintstone says:

    The fact is you put spy were in your phones

  93. Michael Mann says:

    Why do you not discuss planes, space, and dimensionality here?

  94. gymnast dancer says:

    anyone else just trying to get a head start during summer before they have to take geometry?

  95. Duck Yt says:

    sigh I don’t know why, but our school is very advanced. And I’m a little bit.just a little bit stressed. Our science is like the same level for seniors…(mostly, or probably some) and I’m still in 6th grade

  96. The Goodly Dragon says:

    I think you shouldn't take for granted that someone entering geometry is already familiar with abstract algebra.

  97. Anurag Suryawanshi says:

    I like your explanation

  98. Aftab Hussain says:

    Best way to explain sir…….😁😁

  99. Jason Tekirdaglis says:

    Geometry I need learning so can anyone try and help me

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